The Orsay Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Paris. The museum was transformed from the Osai Railway Station, where the important scenes of the 2011 film Hugo were set. Of course, the most impressive thing is the big clock. By the time we arrived at the entrance to the Osai Museum, the team had been quite long, but there were no signs of stagnation. There are also many sculptures at the entrance, waiting in line for time to enjoy. It is a worthwhile trip to see Manet's "lunch on the grass", Degas's "ballet lesson", Miller's "evening prayer" in Osiri. I couldn't take pictures inside the venue when I went, but I could run to the platform upstairs to take pictures of the clock. It seems that we can take pictures now, but we will definitely go back in the future. In addition, the museum has a cafe and a restaurant. Coffee shop environment is more civilian, restaurant style is elegant, but the price is not expensive.
Come to see Van Gogh's paintings. Van Gogh's paintings have great visual impact, colorful colors, and a melancholy mood. Why is Van Gogh so hot now? The only criterion to measure the artist's present value is the auction. Van Gogh's works have been on the top of the auction for 15 consecutive years, and have created world records one after another. I'm very happy to see the real thing today. The third picture is the church in Provence, where Van Gogh ended his life. It looks like the gloom of death. Suddenly I think of a movie called Alien Space. Do you remember?
The Orsay Museum of Art, one of the three major museums in Paris, was rebuilt from an old railway station. It is about the size of Pompidou, but much smaller than the Louvre. The location of the Olympics is on the Seine River, not far from the Concorde Bridge, which is just 5 or 6 minutes'walk from the Concorde Plaza to the Concorde Bridge. Osai mainly collects modern works of art, the most famous is the Impressionist paintings, Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Manet... Impressionist masters have collections of paintings, but unfortunately the most famous ones are not here. Monet's sunrise impression is at another museum in Paris. Van Gogh's starry sky is at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Renoir's pancake mill dance should have been here, but for some reason, it is not found. It is estimated that it is being restored. In addition to oil paintings and sculptures, the building itself is also very attractive. In the museum, you can climb the platform on the fifth floor and overlook the exhibition hall below. The restaurants in the Paris Museum are very distinctive, and the Olympics is no exception. The splendor of gold and green is its most attractive place. Unfortunately, the day we went was rather tense and we missed it. If we have the chance next time, we must try it.
The names and works of many artists and sculptors who are even laymen can be seen here. You can spend the whole afternoon. There is a long line at the entrance. Museum pass is available. So be sure to go somewhere else to buy a pass or an online ticket before you come here, so the queue will be shorter. Security is required to enter the door. The restaurant is also luxuriously decorated.
The Orsay Museum is a treasure house of French Impressionist paintings. The whole exhibition hall is very carefully distributed. The best sunshine on the top floor gives the impressionists who need the most light. There is a large collection of works of top masters. The works of Van Gogh, Gauguin, Monet, Renoir and other masters must be seen. In addition, the souvenir shop here also has its own characteristics. It is suggested to set aside time to see!
The most beautiful museums in Europe can satisfy all the imaginations of Oriental people about western art. It is suggested that priority should be given to visiting Paris. It is better to go early in the morning, and the pass will be more convenient. Lunch can be served on the second floor of Osai, and the restaurant itself is a work of art.
Personally, I think if it is not for the loyal fans of impressionist painting such as Monet, this scenic spot can go or not. Of course, it is not bad here. It means that there are some Louvre Museums here which are basically similar. People who have little research in art can just look at the Louvre Museum. After all, the queue is also time-consuming.
Many Impressionist paintings overlap with the Orange Garden Museum across the Seine River, but the exhibits of the Osai Museum cover a much wider area. Basically from the 18th century works of French and Dutch painters to the span before modern art. The treasures of the town hall are Van Gogh's and Monet's works. In addition to painting, there are many French sculpture art and European Art Nouveau decorative art. The clock on the top floor is a legacy of the railway station era. I don't know what changes have been brought about by the two-year renovation. The only thing I can notice is that photos are now allowed inside.